Sometimes I wish more than anything I could have lived as an American in Paris after the first World War. Yep, me hanging out with my hero Janet Flanner – who found even Greenwich Village too stultifying and fled the States – as well as the other women (straight and gay) seeking to live free … Continue reading Celebrating Berenice Abbott
Fran Antmann talks about her book: Maya Healers - A Thousand Dreams in an interview on Photo.com She's been living and working in Central and South America for years and foregrounds the sacredness of indigenous people's work and lives. "As a writer and photographer, I saw firsthand how healers, bonesetters and their patients are part … Continue reading Sacred healers
"Much like fake news, fake history becomes a truth that functions to influence the thoughts and belief of the present. For the past three years I have been photographing the American West to examine western mythology and the elevation of hyper-masculinity." That's what Greta Pratt has to say regarding her photo series on the western … Continue reading Patriarchal myths about the West explode!
Whooo, just discovered Luisa Dörr - Brazilian photographer who concentrates on portraiture. Find more of her work here. Or follow her on Instagram.
Evelyn Hofer – amazing portrait photographer. Check out her work at the Danziger Gallery which says about her: "Hofer always photographed her subjects where she found them, but favored carefully composed scenes with a still, timeless aura. Almost in opposition to the on-the-fly work of her contemporaries Eggleston and William Klein, Hofer used extraordinary patience … Continue reading Evelyn Hofer